MK Dons

MK Dons, formed in 2004 from the ashes of Wimbledon FC, began playing their football at the National Hockey Stadium under the guidance of Stuart Murdoch, but poor results would lead to his dismissal in November of the same year and the appointment of Danny Wilson in his place.

The experienced Wilson was in charge during the Dons’ most turbulent spell as a Club, escaping relegation from League One on the final day of the season thanks to Gareth Edds’ 84th minute winner against Tranmere Rovers.

The following campaign, the Dons ran out of fight as they were relegated to League Two, and Chairman Pete Winkelman replaced Wilson with Martin Allen as the man to get the Dons out of the basement division.

There were promising signs early on for Allen’s team but a poor second half to the season saw the Dons fall into the play-offs where they were eventually beaten 2-1 by Shrewsbury Town.

Despite failing to get the Dons out of League Two, Allen caught the eye of Leicester City and he was appointed as their new manager in May 2007.

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince arrived in Milton Keynes to take charge, in the same year they moved into their new home – Stadium MK.

Read more about the MK Dons History


League One

  • Runners-up (2014/15)

League Two

  • Champions (2007/08)
  • Promotion (2018/19)

EFL Trophy

  • Winners (2007/08)

Are we open?

Open but reduced services

Current Opening Details

The Online Superstore remains open for supporters to purchase merchandise – click HERE to visit the Online Superstore!

The Box Office and Club Superstore at Stadium MK will be closed until further notice.

This decision comes following the Government’s announcment to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives.

Supporters can still contact the Box Office by emailing

Contact Details

Phone: 01908 622933

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